Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Quotes by J.K. Rowling
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School of Nursing and Academic Division of Midwifery. This panel shows you how to reference a direct quotation. It should be used in conjunction with the guidelines demonstrated in the referencing tool for the appropriate referencing types used. Do not confuse quotations with citations. A citation is the practice of referring to the work of other authors in the text of your assignments. A direct quotation is where you copy the exact words used by an author and place them unaltered directly into your work.
According to Webster's New Collegiate Dictionary, the word "plagiarize" can mean trying to pass off someone else's ideas, work or words as your own, or using those ideas, work or words without giving due credit to the source. You can avoid either misdeed by simply giving credit where credit is due. The author remarks on the "difficulty of citing quotes," Smith, , p. These scholars agree that "quotes are useful" Hu, Koller, and Shier, , p. Book with one or more authors: Lastname, First Initials year published. Title of Book.
If you are using someone else's words, the words must be indented or in quotation marks. These actions show that you are not claiming the work is your own. You must also provide a reference to show where the words came from, to help the reader find the source. See Direct quotes for more information. If you are using your own words to describe someone else's ideas, you still need to give a reference to their work. See Paraphrased ideas for more information.
Q. How does one cite a direct famous quote on the reference page? Is it common knowledge?
Many people know this quote, even if they cannot remember who said it. Even though many people have heard this quotation, you should document and cite where you found the quotation on your References page. Ask Us! How does one cite a direct famous quote on the reference page? Is it common knowledge? Answer To cite a famous quote on the References page: Cite the source where you obtained the quote--article, book, video, or website.